Why did you call your church ‘The Journey’?
The name fits well with our vision to meet people on the journey of life and to lead them to begin the greatest journey of all; following Jesus Christ.
Are you connected to a denomination?
No. But we are seeking ways of connecting with a network of churches.
Why do you meet in the Leisureplex?
Church is much more about people than a building. We intentionally chose our meeting place with the aim of connecting with people who have no church connection. Our meeting venue reflects our vision of taking God’s message to where people are.
Do you see yourselves meeting in the Leisureplex long term?
We have had 4 good years in the Leisureplex. The Lord has provide a new building for us. We plan to move in later in 2018.
Do you always meet in the Leisureplex?
We meet in the Leisureplex on a Sunday morning but we also use other facilities, including the Owl and Pussycat Café and the Laganview Enterprise Centre. We also use peoples homes for our Lifegroups.
How many people go to The Journey?
On a Sunday morning we currently have around 70 adults and 40 children.
Do you have church membership?
Not at the moment but it’s something we are exploring and praying over.
What are your particular theological distinctives?
At The Journey we focus on the core beliefs of evangelical Christianity – see these beliefs on the ‘core beliefs’ section of our website. We are a church who place emphasis on pursuing the presence of God in all of life.
How can I give financially to The Journey Church?
On a Sunday morning we lift an offering during our service. However, most people choose to give directly into our bank account via a monthly standing order. We are a registered UK charity and can therefore claim back tax on any money given to our church by UK taxpayers. Contact us if you desire to give to The Journey Church.
What is your leadership structure?
The Journey is led by a group of Elders who work alongside the congregation to provide direction for the church. See our leadership page for more details.